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VMWare vSphere 6.7 Fundamentals

Course Description

20.10 Hours

67 Videos

VMware vSphere is an industry-leading virtualization platform.

In this course you’ll learn the information necessary to create a full vSphere lab environment, running on a Gigabyte BRIX Mini-PC. After the initial lab creation, using Image Builder and PowerCLI, you’ll learn the basics of how the vSphere components work.

This training course provides the foundational knowledge necessary for administrators to effectively use VMware vSphere 6.7. Students will learn how to install, configure, administer and more in this virtualization and cloud platform. Virtualization and Cloud Computing are great skills to learn, and possessing these skills will allow you to start or enhance your role in the IT market. The course topics will help prepare you to take and pass the VMware vSphere 6.7 Foundations Exam 2019 (2V0-01.19).

What will you learn:

After the completion of this course, you’ll have a running VMware vSphere environment for use for exam prep, or to improve your knowledge and experience with vSphere.

This course includes 20 hours of training and 67 videos. Students will learn the following topics covered in this course:

Networking

  • Configure vSphere Standard and Distributed Switches
  • NIC Teaming and failover
  • Port Mirroring
  • Network IO Control
  • Traffic Shaping
  • Private VLANs
  • TCP/IP Stacks
  • NetFlow

Storage

  • VMFS and NFS
  • iSCSI
  • FC and FCoE
  • vSAN
  • VVOLs
  • Storage Multipathing and failover

Security

  • Single Sign-On
  • Hardening VMs and Hosts
  • Encrypted vMotion
  • Roles and Permissions

Updates and Upgrades

  • Update Manager
  • Upgrade VMware Tool and VM Hardware
  • Upgrade ESXi
  • Upgrade vCenter
  • Migrate vCenter Server for Windows to the vCenter Server Appliance

Deploying Virtual Machines and Hosts

  • Templates and Cloning
  • Auto Deploy and Host Profiles
  • Content Libraries
  • vCenter Converter
  • Working with VMX Files

Resource Management

  • Configuring DRS Clusters
  • DRS Affinity Rules, Overrides, and advanced settings
  • Shares, Limits, and Reservations
  • Resource Pools

Troubleshooting

  • Restart ESXi Management Agents
  • Collect Diagnostic Data
  • Generate Log Bundles

Backup and Recovery

  • vSphere Data Protection
  • vSphere Replication
  • High Availability (HA)
  • Virtual Machine Component Protection (VMCP)

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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1: Course Introduction and Methodology

Chapter 2: Virtualization Overview

Chapter 3: Planning and Installing ESXi

Chapter 4: Using tools to Administer a VMware Environment

Chapter 5: vCenter and Licensing

Chapter 6: Configuring Networking

Chapter 7: Configuring Storage

Chapter 8: VM Creation, Configuration, and Snapshots

Chapter 9: Security and Permissions

Chapter 10: Host and VM Monitoring

Chapter 11: Advanced ESXi and vCenter Server Management

Chapter 12: Patching and Upgrading ESXi

Chapter 13: Disaster Recovery and Backup

What you’ll learn

  1. This hands-on training course explores installation, configuration, and management of VMware® vSphere™, which consists of VMware ESXi/ESX™ and VMware vCenter™ Server. Upon completion of this course, you can take the examination to become a VMware Certified Professional. The course is based on ESXi 6.7 and vCenter Server 6.7.

  2. Pass the VMware vSphere 6.7 Foundations Exam

  3. Introduction to vSphere & Software Defined Datacenter

  4. Install ESXi, vCenter hosts, and Virtual Machines

  5. vCenter Server

  6. Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks

  7. Configuring and Managing Virtual Storage

  8. Virtual Machine Management

  9. Resource Management and Monitoring
  10. vSphere HA, vSphere Fault Tolerance, and Protecting Data
  11. vSphere DRS
  12. vSphere Update Manager

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